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|L2 GCSE Maths (Day)||20/09/2022||06/06/2023||Bishopsfield Road (Fareham College)||£0.00||
|L2 GCSE Maths (Eve)||20/09/2022||06/06/2023||Bishopsfield Road (Fareham College)||£0.00||
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Information about this Course
Study Type Subcategory
English & Maths
GCSE Mathematics is essential for many higher education
courses and careers.
This one-year course develops an understanding of
mathematical methods and concepts. It is aimed at anyone who wishes to improve
their maths who does not already have a previous grade 4 (C) in GCSE Mathematics
or equivalent qualification.
The course helps students to develop knowledge, skills and
understanding of mathematical methods and concepts enabling them to better use
maths in everyday and real world situations. Students gain confidence in problem
solving strategies, logical thinking and handling data, as well as building
confidence and skills to solve practical mathematical problems.
GCSE Maths (day) - Tuesday 10:20am - 1:20pm.
GCSE Maths (evening) - Tuesday 6pm - 9pm.
Exams to be taken at the College. Results are given on a
grade system from 1 to 9 (9 being the highest grade). Students aim to achieve a
minimum grade 4 at the end of the course.
Students aged 19 or over will be required to pay a
refundable £50 deposit to enrol on this course, which will be returned upon